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Hi,

My wife's a Computer Science Engineer and we want to know which subjects would fall under ICT to understand if it will be ICT major or ICT minor application.

Also, do we need total 25% subjects to be ICT, or 25% is required in every semester?

Semester-1
Engg chemistry
Engg chemistry lab
Engg mathematics-1
Elements of mechanical engg
Engg drawing
Fundamentals of CP & IT
Fundamentals of CP & IT lab
Computer graphics lab

Semester-2
Engg physics
Engg physics lab
Engg mathematics-2
Communication skills
Communication skills lab
Basic Electrical & Electronics engg
Basic Electrical & Electronics engg lab
Manufacturing practice
General fitness

Semester-3
Computer architecture
Discrete structures
Digital circuits & logic design
Data structures & programming methodology
Written & oral Technical communication
Programming languages
Software lab-1 (DSPM)
Software lab-2 (PL)
Hardware lab-1 (DCLD)
Institutional practice training

Semester-4
Operating system
Mathematics-3
Data communication
Microprocessor & Assembly language programming
Systems programming
Software lab-3 (OS)
Software lab-4 (SP)
Hardware lab-2 (DC)
Hardware lab-3 (MALP)
General fitness

Semester-5
System analysis and design
Data communication/ Computer networks
DBMS
Design and analysis of algorithms
Computer graphics
Computer peripherals and interfaces
Software lab-5 (DBMS lab)
Software lab-6 (Algorithms)
Software lab-7 (Computer graphics)
Hardware lab-4 (DC/ CN)

Semester-6
Relational Database Mgt system-2
Introduction to business system
Asynchronous transfer mode
Software engg
LP/ RTS (Elective-1)
HRM (DE-1.2) (Open elective)
Hardware lab-5 (ATM)
Software lab-8 (RDBMS-2)
Software lab-9 (Software engg)
Software lab-10 (Business system)
General fitness

Semester-7
Industrial training cum project

Semester-8
Symbolic logic & logic processing
Formal language & automata theory
Principals of engineering economics & management techniques
Environmental sciences
Organisational structures/ ETSIT/ OS(DE2)
Expert system/ GUI (DE3)
Expert system lab
Software lab-11 (SI & LP)
Project
General fitness
 

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Can someone please share their inputs?

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I'll rephrase - is the fact that one has Btech in Computer Science good enough so that ACS deducts only 2 years of work experience?

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I'll rephrase - is the fact that one has Btech in Computer Science good enough so that ACS deducts only 2 years of work experience?

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Yes. In general ACS assesses BTech in Computer Science as ICT Major with 2 years deduction(for qualification closely related to occupation).

Regarding ICT Major - ACS Criteria is as follows from their website.

A Bachelor degree must have:
• 33% ICT content for a 3 year course
• 25% ICT content for a 4 year course
• 20% ICT content for a 5 year course

The ICT content must progress through all years of the program with the final year being at an advanced level.
 

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Yes. In general ACS assesses BTech in Computer Science as ICT Major with 2 years deduction(for qualification closely related to occupation).

Regarding ICT Major - ACS Criteria is as follows from their website.

A Bachelor degree must have:
• 33% ICT content for a 3 year course
• 25% ICT content for a 4 year course
• 20% ICT content for a 5 year course

The ICT content must progress through all years of the program with the final year being at an advanced level.
"The ICT content must progress through all years of the program with the final year being at an advanced level."

Is this a mandatory requirement?

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"The ICT content must progress through all years of the program with the final year being at an advanced level."

Is this a mandatory requirement?

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What I mentioned was from the ACS guidelines.

In general any B Tech course progresses like that to final year. Dont worry much abt that. I think Whatever the ICT content you mentioned below will be suffice for ICT Major.
 

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Hi,

My wife's a Computer Science Engineer and we want to know which subjects would fall under ICT to understand if it will be ICT major or ICT minor application.

Also, do we need total 25% subjects to be ICT, or 25% is required in every semester?

Semester-1
Engg chemistry
Engg chemistry lab
Engg mathematics-1
Elements of mechanical engg
Engg drawing
Fundamentals of CP & IT
Fundamentals of CP & IT lab
Computer graphics lab

Semester-2
Engg physics
Engg physics lab
Engg mathematics-2
Communication skills
Communication skills lab
Basic Electrical & Electronics engg
Basic Electrical & Electronics engg lab
Manufacturing practice
General fitness

Semester-3
Computer architecture
Discrete structures
Digital circuits & logic design
Data structures & programming methodology
Written & oral Technical communication
Programming languages
Software lab-1 (DSPM)
Software lab-2 (PL)
Hardware lab-1 (DCLD)
Institutional practice training

Semester-4
Operating system
Mathematics-3
Data communication
Microprocessor & Assembly language programming
Systems programming
Software lab-3 (OS)
Software lab-4 (SP)
Hardware lab-2 (DC)
Hardware lab-3 (MALP)
General fitness

Semester-5
System analysis and design
Data communication/ Computer networks
DBMS
Design and analysis of algorithms
Computer graphics
Computer peripherals and interfaces
Software lab-5 (DBMS lab)
Software lab-6 (Algorithms)
Software lab-7 (Computer graphics)
Hardware lab-4 (DC/ CN)

Semester-6
Relational Database Mgt system-2
Introduction to business system
Asynchronous transfer mode
Software engg
LP/ RTS (Elective-1)
HRM (DE-1.2) (Open elective)
Hardware lab-5 (ATM)
Software lab-8 (RDBMS-2)
Software lab-9 (Software engg)
Software lab-10 (Business system)
General fitness

Semester-7
Industrial training cum project

Semester-8
Symbolic logic & logic processing
Formal language & automata theory
Principals of engineering economics & management techniques
Environmental sciences
Organisational structures/ ETSIT/ OS(DE2)
Expert system/ GUI (DE3)
Expert system lab
Software lab-11 (SI & LP)
Project
General fitness
you can check it out yourself...please follow the link and look for ANZSCO code you are applying for

https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/acs/acs-skills/ANZSCO Code Information - 2017 V4.pdf
 
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